Graeme grew up and attended a grammar school in Buckinghamshire, just west of London, UK. He graduated from the University of Bristol having studied a BSc in Biological Sciences and has since completed further post-graduate degrees at the University of Exeter (PGCE Education), University of London (MSc Science and Culture) and the University of Bath (MA International Education). He started teaching at King’s College School, Wimbledon, UK, completing eleven years during two spells at this highly-achieving academic school, and has enjoyed promoted roles at St Paul’s School, Sao Paulo, Brazil (Head of Science), Dulwich College Beijing, China (Head of Senior School) and Marlborough College Malaysia (Head of Senior School). He has worked in schools offering the combination of IGCSE and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme since 1999. Graeme is married to Cambridge graduate and English Literature teacher, Rosie, and they have two sons, studying at Dulwich College Seoul. He enjoys sport, travel (especially by bicycle) and an annual retreat to the wilds of western Canada.